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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HERALtTiOB" DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HfcRALD HOTEL WINDSOR a Day Hotel in Alberta Pride of Alberta Always at Your Call The Taylor Made Mothers Favorite EXTRA SPECIAL ON JAMS THIS WEEK MAKING SOME EXCEPTIONALLY LOW PRICE S FOR A SHORT ONLY ST. WILLIAMS' pun? assorted jams. -I tins, all Itlnds, price each 75c SPECIAL per case, 9 (Ins................ S5.85 ST. WILLIAMS' pure fruit jams, strawberry Raspberry and Apple, Something extra fine 50c Per case, 3 tins ?4.00 FURNIVAL'S PURE JAMS, assorted, -1 Ib. tins, all kinds, por tin ...................75c SPECIAL, per onsf of tins ROSE BRAND, pure fruit .ir.ins. mixed with Apple Jelly. flavors, tin 4ic SPECIAL, per 12 tins S5.00 MARKET! WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES IT'S EASY TO PEEL OFF ALL YOUR FRECKLES The contrast between the freckles and the clear skin usually is so great that no bleach can be more than par- tially successful in obliterating the disfigurements. Ordinary mercolized -n-ar is far better; it literally peels off the freckles. Get an ounce of it. at the nearest drugstore and tonight spread on enough to completely cover your face; remove in the morning with warm "water. Repeat daily until every freckle has disappeared. Hough, blotchy, pimpled skin, also common at this season, may be en- tirely gotten rid of by this same meth- od, -without discomfort or inconveni- ence. The effort is decidedly worth while, the new complexion obtained being so clear, smooth anfi youthful. If bothered "With wrinkles, bathe the face in a lotion made by dissolving an ounce of powdered sasolite in a half pint of witch hazel. This is the most effective and quickest-acting wrinkle treatment 'ilen of Sedentary- Habits find Hes- all Orderlies the ideal action being gentle and natural. Sold only bv Rerall Drug Stores, 15c and I'ac" boxes. J. D. Higinfaotham Co., Limited, GENERAL STRIKE IN CHICAGO May advance guard of what may be a general strike of garment workers in Chicago went out today when about GOO cutters and trim- mers quit work shortly after they re- ported for duty this morning. Frank Kosenblum, member of the executive board of the Amalgamated Garment Workers, said he would have 1400 cut- ters and trimmers 'out by tomorrow. The cutters are demanding shorter hours, better working conditions and recognition of the union. You feel safe When you've washed j with Lifebuoy Soap. No matter how grimy your matter how germ-laden they may be from the day's work, Lifebuoy cleanses and safeguards your skin. The mild carbolic odor quickly vanishes, but its benefits linger. ALL GROCCRI HEALTHY [Delegates who attended the K. state convention in Calgary yesterday j e and repori that two local j Open 45V- 42V. 173 174 1707s Winnipeg Cash Prices 1 Northern 2 Northern 3 Northern 4 Northern 5 Northern G Northern are hom men were elected state officers. The xo. -2 C. State officers are as follows: jxo. 3 c. "W Deputy, J. B. Creagan, Calgary, re- 1 Extra No. 1 Feed secretary, Fred Kenny, j Feej bridge, re-elected; treasurer, E. J. jxo. 2 Feed Lethl'ridge: warden, D. E. Cush-.; Barley- ing. Medicine Hat; advocate. J- T- J- 3 Collesson. Edmonton; lecturer. U A. Giroux. Edmonton: chaplin Bishop' McNally, Calgary. Delegates appointed to the Nation- al convention to be heM at Daven- port, Iowa, were J. B. Creagan. Cal- gary. and T. P. Malone, Edmonton. Lethbridee delegates to the couven. tion were G. B. A. Rice, T. Quran, T. Close 120H 4GV2 45% 176V> 1707s 120% IISV 114 y, HO'.i 44% 43'4 GIVE YOUR CHILDREN A Brownie Camera They will greatly enjoy the pleasures of picture-taking and picture making. Prices to See the new Autographic Fold- ing Brownie at 58.0U, you'll like them The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited CITY AND DISTRICT Going to Calgary Dr. 0. D. Weeks of Cardston is in the city enroute to Calgary. In Calgary Commissioner Grace is in Calgary today on n business visit. Clean Sheet court ibis morning for tho first time in several days. School Board The school board will hold its regu- lar monthly meeting tonight in the Manual Training school. Inspects Loca! Shops R. Pearson, oil inspector for the C. P. R., was in the city yesterday visit- ing the local shops. A. O. F. MeetingV Court Unity, A.O.F.. will their regular monthly meeting in St. Mary's hall tomorrow (Thursday) evening at S o'clock. C. O. F. Notice All members of the Canadian Order Foresters are requested to turn out to the banquet and entertainment given in honor of enlisted members, Thurs- day evening at 7.30 sharp. Long, E. J. Seal and F. Kenny. Rejected eed Flax- No. 1 N. W. C............... No. 2 C. Chicago Wheat Jlav............ 115'i 117 116% Minneapolis Wheat 123 121% 117% July Sept. 123% 123 HSU TUESDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES S9.S5 to steers to SS.OO; c.ows S4.00 to heifers to The funeral of E. B. Butler, one of to ?9.90; cat- the best known residents of Leth- bridge. who died oa Monday, at the age of 66 years, took place yesterday afternoon from the family residence, and was largely attended. The last iltes were performed by Rev. Mr. Lyttle el Pincher Creek assisted by Rev. Mr. Cobbledick and" Rev. Mr. tie ?4.10 to 59.85; sheep S5.10 to ?12. LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wagon prices- Wheat Francis, of Lethbridge. Intenmmt Oats took place in the Lethbridge cerne- j Fial tery. Barley The deceased is survived by Mrs. prices Butler, by a sister Mrs. John Peyton, of Newfoundland, by four sons. A. J-, i gats............ R S., and C. E., of Lethbridge and i piax W. J of Golden B.C., and-by three1 daughters, Mrs. G. B. Tibert and Miss- es Annie and Mabel, all of Lethbridge. floral tributes were many and follows: the family, a crown; Mr. and Mrs. Tibert, and fam ily, anchor; Miss Garrison and Miss Ernest, spray; Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Kid- path sheaf; Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Gray, spray Fred and Stanley Borne, sheat of roses; Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Coolin 101 84 149 beautiful and family, spray; Mr .and Mrs. O. SSVi LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers 6% to Fat cows 6 to SH- killing wethers 9. killing ewes. 8. Select hogs, 150-200 Ibs., INFLUENCE OF WOMEN Women are a wonderful influence A. Newinger, J. Johnson, in the lives of most, great says Funeral of S. Showers The funeral of. the late Sam Show- ers, whose untimely death occurred in an auto accident on Sunday, took place spray; postmaster ana stan, cross; j jjy health. To her they IOOK ior ueti> on Monday afternoon from Hearst's ladies 'aid, missionary society and i jn" times sickness, and the atten-1 undertaking parlors. Rev. John Faw- congregation of church, tjou of every wife and mother in tills cett of Coahlale officiating. The re- mains were shipped to ReVIwood Falls, jpray; Mte M. and Mrs. [ile Washington Post, and upon wo- spray; G. Hamilton. men rcats the responsibility for fam- postmaster and staff, cross: j jjy health. To her they look for help WHY YOU SHOULD TAKE Kexall -Sarsaparilla Toui6 Your system newls ton- ing up after-a hard winter and strengthening for the hot months to 2. Rexall''Sarsaparflla Tonic will sharpen the appetite. It will I'Urifv the blood. 4. It will assist digestion and help to cleanse the system of noxious substances. 5. It is. fully guaranteed to give satisfaction to yon or your money hack. Rexall Sarsaparilla Tonic is Sold only at The Rexal! Store J. D. Higinboiham Co. "Albert-Vs Pioneer Druggists." The Wholesale and retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 322 Accommodation Wanted Those who have rooms to rent dur- ing the week of the musical festival, May 23, 24 and 25, or who are willing to billet outside visitors, are asked to notify Mrs. N. W. Allln. secretary, 1270 6th Avenue South, as soon as possible. After Summer Business H_ W. Crawford, office manager oE tho Chinook Coal Co., is in Hegina on a business trip during which he will get a line on summer business in the two prairie provinces to the east. Outlines Program At a meeting of the good roads corn- mitteo of. the Board of Trade yester- day afternoon, Inspector Ainsworth of the government roaoVdepartraent, was present and outlined his program (or this year. Now in France Mayor Hurdle this morning received a letter from his son Gladstone, now in the army. He is with a Pacific Coast battalion which was in Havre on the date on which the letter was writ- ten. Stampede in New York A. E. Humphries this morning re- ceived a letter from his old friend Guy Weadick. who put on the Stampede in Calgary a few years ago. Mr. Wea- 1 dick is putting on a stampede in the I effete east this summer, in New York City if you please. The big affair is scheduled for August 5 to 32. To Allot Insurance The annual allotment of city insur- ance will take place about July 1st and ,all local insurance agents who wish i to take part in the division will have to have their provincial insurance and their local real estate licenses in good standing before that date. wreath; "Rev. and Mrs. Howie, earn-1 vicinity is called to the rare com- ations; Mr. and Mrs. McGowan, a spray; Mr. and Mrs. Howac, carna- tions, -Mrs. LeGault., carnations. ARTILLERY ACTION IN MACEDONIA Pal-is, May have been received that a heavy artillery action on the Macedonian front is in pro- grRS5f Eays a Havas dispatch from Saloniki today. ft l'f 'f ff PASS DAYLIGHT SAVING bination of the three oldest tonics known, which Druggists D. Higin- botham guarantee in for the blood, beef peptone for strength, and the body-building, medicinal pro- perties of cod livers. It will pay over, worked, weak, run-down people, deli- cate children and feeble old people to try Minn., for interment. Joins 82nd Tom Coffey, son of Mr. and Mrs. London, May day- light saving hill passed itH first reading Sn-ths house of com- mone today. Thos. Coffey, of 611! 9th Avenue S., left with his father 'this week to Join the- 82nd battalion, which is leaving Calgary shortly. He was transferred from the Kilties in order to be with his father, who has been a member' of the 82nd for some time. MANAGER'S RESIDENCE 547 OFFICE PHONE 1313. SMITH, MURPHY CO. G'ain Gain GROUND FLOOR SHERLOCK 6UILDING, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG, MAN YOUR GRAIN CONSIGNMENTS WILL BE PROPERLY HANDLED IF YOU BILL YOUR VISE: SMITH, MURPHY CO. "THE PROOF OF THE PROFITS IS IN THE RETURNS." Grain Gain W. K. PORTER. MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH. The Crystal Dairy To Return Home Word has been received that Sefgt. !J. P. Gobelle, who went from here with the army service corps and was wounded in France, will return to Lethbridge early in tho fall, unfit for further duty. Sergt. Oobolle has been attached to the Indian Lahore division. He is now in a hospital in London, T5ng. Before leaving for the front Sergt. Oobelle was connected with the C. P. R. 'PHONE 1576 GO YOU BURN COAL? The Grace Coal Mine is now take care of all orders. PHONE 1251 The quality i> the best. Delivered, ton At mine.. 3.25 ton Death of John McDermid The death of John Edward McUer- mld, well known in Lethbridge, and a brotbe'r of Mr. McDermid, merchant ot Coaldale, took place suddenly at Natal, B.C., on May 8th, at the age of 40 years.' He suffered from hea'rt failure. The body has arrived at B'etterly'u undertaking parlors, Lethbridge, from where Hie funeral took place at two o'clock this afternoon to St. Patrick's church, Interment In the Lethbrldgn cemetery. The deceased also has a brother at Pincher Creek. PRUSSIAN ;BOYS CALLED OUT London, May The Dally Tele- graph states that Prussian boys of 17 years of age have bcfw called mil- itary scrvtci. Ckase Sanfoorn's Coffees have been dependable for A more than fifty Iiv and 3 pound cans. also Fine Ground Sor Perco- lators. 170 For Seeding We Offer: i" Heledcd Marquis bus, White Banner Oats.......... per bus. Gold Coin per bus, -fi5c per bus. Flax per bus. THE ABOVE IS CLEANED AND READY FOR SEED Special Prices for quantity lots. Ellison Milling Elevator Co. Ltd. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. YOU CAN'T BRUSH OR VASH.OUT DANDRUFF (r The only sure way to got rid of andrnfC is to dissolve it, then you estroy it entirely. To do this, get bout four ounces ot ordinary liquid rvon; apply it at night when rotlr-, ig; use enough to moisten the scalp nd rub it In gently with the finger ps. Do this tonight, anil by morning, lost, If not all, ot your dandruff will e gone, and three or four more ap-, lications will completely dissolve and ntirely destroy every single sign und race it. no matter how much dan- i ruff you may have. I You will find, too, that all itching; nd digging of the scalp will stop at i nee, and your hair will bo fluffy. Ins-' rous, glossy, silky and soft, and look nd feel a hundred times better. You can get liquid arvon at any rug store. It is inexpensive and nev- r fails to do the lent. NOTICE OF REMOVAL MK. R. ANDREW SMITH vi ng corn bincd his practice that ofSEr. John 11. rainier, hus re- moved his business to the offices of the lat- ter at Royal Bank Chambers, 3rd Ave., South. (T Comes to Lethbridge j Joseph Knight, of Medicine Hat, has ome to Lethhridge to take a posi- ion with Geo. Kerr, grocer. CARD OF THANKS Mrs. S. W. Shower and family wish o thank their many Wends for the eautiful floral tributes and kindness hown during their late bereavement. ANNOUNCEMENT .Jlr. R. Andrew Smith havjng com- lined His practice with that of Mr. olm R. Palmer, has removed his busi- .ess to the offices of liie latter at Bank Chambers, 3rd Ave. S. 127-0 Choice Seed Oats 00% germination. 50cts. a bushel. Seed potatoes 521) per ton. F. O. Hyde Announcement! THE' SAUNDERS' HAY AND GRAIN 66. ARE NOW .LOCAT- ED IN THE METALS, LIMITED BUILDING, 1221 2ND AVENUE SOUTH, PHONE 732, and we are prepared to fill your requirements of hay and grain, either wholesale or retail. A trial order will satisfy you as to quality, price and service. We have some fine WAVER- LY SEED OATS AT 50c. PER BUSHEL, 100% germination test. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT of IMPORTANT AUCTION SALE 'TO BE HELD ON ;i: SATURDAY NEXT, MAY 13th AT THE RESIDENCE OF JOHN R. PALMER, ESQ., i 1120 5th Avenue South COMMENCING AT 2 O'CLOCK SHARP J7J1ANK Is favored with Instructions to sell by public auction and without reserve the contents of this well furnished residence. FULL PARTICULARS WILL BE ANNOUNCED TOMORROW ARRANGEMENTS TO VIEW X3AN BE MADE BY CALLING PHONE 1021 AUCTION SALE OF HORSES AND CATTLE SATURDAY, MAY 13Jglg AT THE LETHBRIDGE SALE AND FEED BARN AT 2 O'CLOCK P. M., THE Matched team of. bay goldlngs, 4 years'old, weight 2400 Ib 1 Day gelding, 3 years old, 1250 Ibs.; 1 brown gelding. 1 years old, 1400 Ibs.; 1 grey gelding, B years old, 1300 Ibs.; 1 brown mure 7 years old, 1200 1 bs.; 1 team of driving goldlngs, S years old, 1100 Ibs.; brown maro, 1600 Ibs. 7 years old, and foal by her side, 1 month old; 2 geldings, 3 years old, not broken, 1200 Ibs.; broken, 1200 Ibs. dairy cows; 5' fresh calved cows, Holatein; 5 cows due to bo frenh in Slay; 7 young calves; i.cow. fresh, with calf 2 weeks old; wagons and harness. TERMS CASH, J. A. SMITH, AUCTIONEER ;